Sometimes our planet Earth scares us with something realy unusual and shoking. This is something you probably did not know about the Earth. These giant holes in the earth’s crust, created by nature or by human hands.
Wearing nothing but “blood” spatters and body paint that mimics Burberry’s signature pattern and holding signs that read, “When Plaid Goes Bad” New York, United States Düsseldorf, Germany Berlin, Germany. Moscow, Russia Athens, Greece Photos: AFP, AP, EPA, Reuters
This happened at 19th of March, 2007 in Siberian city Noviy Urengoy. The gas pipeline 5 feet in diameter exploded.There was no mention of this event on Russian mass media. Some say that’s because of prohibition from GAZPROM, Russian gas monopolist. This photo was made from the distance of 7 miles from the actual explosion […]
As of 2006, the federal government representatives of Chechnya are based in Grozny. Even though the war is officially over, political murders, bombings and clashes between the Russian forces and the separatists continue but becoming increasingly sporadic. In August 2002, an entire residential area near Khankala was demolished in response to Khankala attack. On December […]
The biggest global vote ever to have taken place. Millions of people have already voted for their favorite “wonder.” Numerous milestones have already been reached on a journey across the Internet, television and the world’s media. This journey will reach its pinnacle on July 7, 2007 – 07.07.07, when the world will discover which monuments […]
Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei, whose title has passed within the same dynasty since the fifteenth century, is the head of state and head of government in Brunei. The Sultan is advised by several councils and a cabinet of ministers although he is effectively an absolute ruler. The media is controlled by the government and, […]
About 70 000 of members of the pro-Kremlin youth group Nashi rallied in the Russian capital, Moscow, to wish World War II veterans a happy new year.Police and the security service were deployed although the atmosphere was relaxed, with many participants dressed as Dyet Moroz, the Russian Santa Claus.